Sunday, April 6
Volunteer at Moveable Feast with JVC Young Adults and IMPACT
Meet up with other young adults and help with food preparation, packaging and cleanup in the Moveable Feast kitchen. Moveable Feast, located at 901 N. Milton Avenue, provides nutritious meals and other services at no cost to people suffering from serious illnesses.
To register, contact Rebecca Weinstock at email@example.com.
Take part in another signature PJ on the Town event. Connect with other families and “Rise to the Challenge of Being a Guardian of the World” at the Irvine Nature Center, 11201 Garrison Forest Road. Participate in a guided nature walk, make trail mix, enjoy an animal encounter with a trained naturalist and take part in a dramatized PJ Library, among other activities. Event is $5 for children 3-10, $10 for 11 and up. Children under two are free. Learn more.
High school students are invited to this year’s Teen Leadership Summit at the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC where they can enjoy an evening of peer networking, leadership workshops, volunteer opportunities, local and national teen leadership programs and more. A $5 dinner is optional.
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Gordon Center for Performing Arts, 3506 Gwynnbrook Avenue, Owings Mills
Join us at the Gordon Center for Performing Arts, 3506 Gwynnbrook Avenue, for a special performance of Bethlehem. Bethlehem explores the complex relationship between Razi, an Israeli secret services agent who works as a coordinator for the Bethlehem district of Israel’s General Security Services, and his informant Sanfur. Tickets are $12 in advance and $14 at the door. Learn More.
Monday, April 14
6:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Second Annual CHAI Chometz Giveaway
Stop by the Pimlico Race Course Clubhouse Parking lot and get rid of your chometz before Passover. Bring new, unopened chometz to donate to a local food pantry and help feed the hungry and/or wrap and burn your opened chometz in our burning barrels.
Sunday, April 20
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Family Game Day
It’s a fun day of gamily for the entire family at the Jewish Museum of Maryland, 15 Lloyd Street. Play one of the old favorites or learn something new as a family. Games are suitable for all ages.
In addition, for those” mahj” fans, special Mah Jongg tables are set up in honor of the museum’s newest exhibit, Project Mah Jongg. Staff will be on hand to teach novices. A slightly adapted version can be taught to younger players. For information, go to jewishmuseummd.org/calendar-event/upcoming/.
Sunday, April 27
5:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Yom Ha’Shoah Commemoration
Please join us at Beth Tfiloh Congregation, 3300 Old Court Road, for our annual Yom Ha’Shoah Commemoration, featuring Menachem Rosensaft, founding chairman of the International Network of Children of Jewish Holocaust Survivors. This year’s program will also include a special tribute to Leo Bretholz and other Holocaust survivors whom we have lost this past year. Learn more at baltjc.or/yomhashoah.
Tuesday, April 29
The Future of Real Estate and Economic Development in Towson
Join The Associated’s Real Estate Industry Group (REIG) for a panel discussion on the future of real estate and economic development in Towson. Panel includes Arthur Adler, Caves Valley Partners, Blake Cordish, The Cordish Companies, Josh E. Fidler, Chesapeake Reality Partners, Joe Oster, Towson University and Mitch Salman, Garrison Investments. Event will be held at SECU Arena, at Towson University, 7350 Osler Drive and will include cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and program. Dietary laws observed. Cost: $40 in advance; $50 at the door. Register at associated.org/reigannualevent.